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The Negative Effects Of Worrying

The Negative Effects Of Worrying

Worrying and having anxiety have lots of negative impacts on your body. It is harder for us to concentrate and focus. In the long term it makes us age faster and can be the root cause for lots of diseases and illnesses.

 

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sonnixo

Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

Dale Carnegie shares how to finally stop worrying and start living using the practical tips he collected from various people from all over the world. Please note that I read the book in German, which is why some quotes might differ from the English version.

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